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One of the most sought in the list of places to visit in Denpasar, this a luxury beach resort area snuggled in the southern region of Bali. Offering a whole wide list of lavish villas, high-end shopping places, and countless other things, this is an unmissable part.
If you wish to calm yourself down, then you can visit the traditional Balinese style spas but if adventure is your agenda of a vacation then you can witness the enthralling water sports at the beaches. Be it a world-class resort or a lit nightclub, this place lacks nowhere and caters to all the needs of a vacationer.
Location: 8 km away from Denpasar
Homing a wide array of Hindu pilgrimage centers Tanah Lot is an abode of serenity. Gaining the importance of prominent tourist attraction Thanha Lot is the picture-perfect place that has exceptional frames and even a novice can capture amazing pictures.
The age-old Tahna Lot temple is an iconic pilgrimage site and is adorned with rock formations. The dramatic formation of rocks along the waters are perfect for family vacations and one can plan a visit with family as well as friends.
Location: Beraban, Kediri, Tabanan Regency, Bali 82121, Indonesia
Timings: 7:00 am to 7:00 pm
Entry Fee: None.
Snuggled in the southeastern side of Bali, Sanur beach tops the list of attractions in Denpasar. From the breathtakingly beautiful sunrise to the sparkling golden sands of the beach, this place has everything a visitor needs on a vacation.
One can spot the colourful junking boats and paved cycling paths that add up to its charm. The entire beach is arched with galleries and restaurants that will make your tour to this abode of serenity a memorable one.
Location: 14 km away from Denpasar
Timings: 24 hours open
Entry Fee: None
Located overlooking the Bali Governor's Office, the Bajra Sandhi Monument is a mighty structure that signifies the struggle of the Balinese people. The monument was built back in the late 19th Century and the elegant architecture is rectangular in shape.
The main building has three floors and is named the Utama Mandala. The second Mandala is used for meditation and is an epitome of serenity where one can soothe the soul. The entire edifice is enclosed by the courtyard and is called the Nista Mandala.
Location: Jl. Raya Puputan No.142, Panjer, Kec. Denpasar Sel., Kota Denpasar, Bali 80234, Indonesia
Timings: 8:00 am to 6:00 pm.
Entry Fee: Starting from INR 250 per adult.
Sprawling over an area of 2.4 hectares the Turtle Conservation And Education Center is one of the engaging places to visit in Denpasar. Whether you are planning a visit with your friends or the little one this place is perfect for the purpose. The environment provided to the tiny turtles is worth a visit as they roam around freely and one can even feed them.
There are pools, artificial tanks, and hatching centres where you can play with the tiny turtles. If ever there is a wounded turtle or one with problems then the staff of the centres' looks after them to make them fit and fine. A visit to this place is a must as it is an amazing place for wildlife lovers!
Location: Jl. Tukad Punggawa, Serangan, Kec. Denpasar Sel, Kota Denpasar, Bali 80229, Indonesia
Timings: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Entry Fee: None
Locally called as the Pura Dalem Sakenan, this temple is one of the sacred places to visit in Denpasar. It is settled almost 10 km away from the chaos of the city and one looking for solace can dive deep inside it's comforting aura. The temple was built back in 1001 AD and is dedicated to Lord Shiva.
The temple is a shrine of Shiva and is located on the Serangan island which is connected to the Bali island by a bridge that the visitors can use to reach the temple.
Location: JL. Banjar Pemalukan, Peguyangan, Kec. Denpasar Utara, Kota Denpasar, Bali 80115, Indonesia
Timings: 24 hours open
Entry Fee: None.
A trip without a local souvenir is always incomplete and the Badung Market is just the perfect place for that. The alleys are arched with the stalls of daily groceries and handicrafts.
At this open-air market, you can buy a variety of traditional clothing and trendy clothes. It even victuals to an array of various food stalls where you can delight your buds with the local cuisine. Make sure that you use your bargaining skills as the market has various options for low budget shopping!
Location: Dangin Puri Kangin, Jl. Sulawesi No.1, Dauh Puri Kangin, Kec. Denpasar Bar., Kota Denpasar, Bali 80233, Indonesia
Timings: 24 hours open.
Entry Fee: None.
Standing elegantly as the iconic landmark of Denpasar, Pura Agung Jagatnatha is the largest temple of the island and is one of the most serene places to visit in Denpasar. Featuring the colourful fountains and live media streaming, here you can make a selection from a wide list of options.
The temple showcases the grandeur of the island and is dedicated to Sanghyang Widi who is the supreme god of the region. The mighty structure signifies monotheism and is an eclectic site for the visitors!
Location: Jl. Surapati, Dangin Puri, Kec. Denpasar Tim., Kota Denpasar, Bali 80232, Indonesia
Timings: 24 hours open
Entry Fee: None.
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Traveller Tales From Bali
08 July 2019
The bike was in good condition, My guide was a gem and the lunch was also good. I feel cycling is the best way to explore a city like Ubud
08 July 2019
This scenic view was fantanstic, it's like never seen beauty. The guide accompanied us, had really amazing knowledge!
08 July 2019
I could not have imagined how beautiful this trip would be by choosing this Bali Tour.
08 July 2019
It was a extremely nice visit to holiest temples of Bali- Lempuyang Temple and Besakih Temple and our guide was friendly and professional. Awsome place...must visit!
31 January 2019
Such an excellent trip. Bali is a haven for nature lovers as well as adventure lovers. The Jet Ski and Parasailing activities were incredible. We got a guidance class before the activity and the instru...
31 January 2019
A must-visit place. There was no reason I could find not to fall in love with Bali. From its culture, to the history to its present condition, everything will make us surprised. Jaw-dropping natural at...
31 January 2019
As it was so crowded, we had to wait for a long time to check-in to our hotel-room and then every activity we planned was delayed on the first day. From second day onwards, things were happening on tim...
31 January 2019
All the temples, beaches, rice terraces, shopping places, water sports, etc. were showcasing a different world altogether. Our guide has explained about each landmark very well. I fell in love with the...
31 January 2019
For those who love adventure, water sports, and natural elements, this is the finest package. 7 days of complete fun and entertainment. Loved every bit of it. Convenient and safe place to be at.
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You have two options: If you want, you can get a visa prior to beginning the travel. Inversely, you can also opt for the Visa on Arrival option. Bali offers Visa on Arrival facility to Indian citizens. Step two includes booking your flight tickets. Book your tickets in advance to get the best price. All the four major airports in India offer flights to Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport These include Chattrapathi Shivaji International Airport (csia.in) in Mumbai, Indira Gandhi International (newdelhiairport.in) in New Delhi, Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport in Kolkata and Chennai International Airport in Chennai.
It does not matter which airport you fly from, as you will have to make at least one transfer before arriving in Bali anyway. The Indian airlines do not have flights to Bali, so while booking tickets you will have the following options (from at all four airports in India) – Etihad Airways, Malaysia Airlines, Qantas Airways, Thai Airways and Singapore Air.
You have both the options available to you. If you want, you can get a visa prior to beginning your travel from the nearest Indonesian embassy in India. This is always recommended. Inversely, you can also opt for the Visa on Arrival option. Bali offers Visa on Arrival facility for Indian citizens. The cost of the visa is US $35. This visa is valid for up to 30 days stay in Indonesia. You can also get it extended for another 30 days. Piece of advice: ensure that your passport is valid for at least another 6 months, and should have enough space for the visa sticker.
Since Bali is located near the equator, it has a very warm, tropical climate throughout the year. This makes it a huge draw for tourists. Average year-round temperature stands at around 26-27°C with a high humidity level of about 85%-90%. Water temperatures are always pleasant.
The Monsoon season in Bali, which stretches from October to March typically, brings daily rain with quiet overcast days. The rain is recorded mostly in between December and February.
Occasional showers can also be expected during the dry season but usually at night or early morning. Throughout June to August, you will experience a refreshing cool breeze all day long. The central mountain area is typically cooler than the lower coastal areas mainly especially at night.
The weather in Bali remains more or less pleasant throughout the year, the best time to visit Bali depends mainly on the specific weather and on high and low season. High season is during the months of July and August, during Easter Holidays, Late December and early January due to Christmas and New Year when party lovers from all over the world assemble here. These are the busiest times in Bali. However, for many other reasons, a lot of people prefer and say that best time to come to Bali is between April, May, June and September. That is, just before and just after high season.
The weather then is still dry, the level of humidity is slightly less, and economically speaking room prices and villa rentals can be a lot cheaper than during what you will find in the high season. Incidentally, these months are also the best time to indulge in water sports activities in Bali. Waters are clear and since the place is low on crowd, you will get to avail the best deals.
Anywhere between 2 to 3 weeks is an ideal duration to explore Bali as well as get your share of relaxation. Since it is a relatively cheaper place to visit, a longer time will not burn a hole in your pocket as well. However, if you are low on time, you can also cover Bali in 10 days.
Since the Indonesian visa and entry requirements are strictly enforced at their airports, so be very careful about taking proper documents if you are taking your visa on arrival. If any of your documents are incorrect in any way, you will likely be deported immediately. The documents you will need are
While packing for your trip to Bali, the best advice one can give you is to pack light. You need to find that delicate balance between packing light and making sure you have everything you need. The best thing about this place is that you are sure to get the things you may have forgotten in the island, and for as cheap as you will find in India. So travel light – a suitcase and a duffle bag should do. The duffle bag will also be perfect for bringing back all the stuff you bought there.
Here are some of the things that you must carry:
Bali is a very gentle, laidback and safe place to be. For female travellers particularly, as long as you take the same precautions that you would do at home, Bali is a great safe place for a single, female traveller. That is, travel in groups, practice restrain while drinking and have a phone on you all the time so that you can immediately notify your group members, or the police in case of emergency.
It is easy to get around Bali as the transportation service is really good and well connected. The main options are to hire a car, hire a car and drive, take a taxi or use a shuttle bus. There are also some public bus equivalents (called Bemos). However, they mostly do not suit tourist’s needs. You can hire your own car to drive around easily and cheaply if you are a confident driver.
In the hindsight, it does not cost much more to hire a driver as well. As for taxis, in the main beach areas there are no shortage of them. The Bluebird taxis are the cheapest, so look out for them. Always ask for the driver to use their meteras it will be better value than bargaining for a price with someone else, and lesser hassles as well. There are also shuttle buses (usually vans) that will take you between the main tourist areas.
Yes, Bali makes an excellent option for a family holiday. The Balinese are warm and welcoming to kids, and there is a plenty of western style food for fussier palates. Getting a family accommodation in Bali is not a problem as the options are plentiful. You will have no problems finding something that completely suits your needs. There are three main options you will probably look at – Bali family resorts, family hotels and family villas.
The pristine beaches, beautiful sceneries, mesmerising environment, amazing nightlife, affordable accommodation and Bali’s close relationship with nature makes Bali a top choice for honeymoon. The honeymoon packages cost anywhere between INR 40,000 to 60,000 depending on the duration of the trip, hotel or resort you choose and the places you cover. These packages are a perfect mix of activities that will bring the couple closer as well as ensure the honeymoon is unforgettable.
There is no dearth of romantic activities that can be done in Bali. There are a lot of options of the private luxury cruise to the nearby island.
Here is a list of romantic activities you can do –
Yes absolutely. You will find a wide range of adventures tours in Bali. Unlike other islands where adventure is only related to water, here at Bali, you get a lot of other options as well. You can choose from a myriad of options ranging from ATV beach rides, elephant trekking, snorkelling, and paragliding, motocross, tubing or buggy tours.
These are some of the popular options which Bali offers such as Rafting, Cruise, Elephant Ride, Watersport, Seawalking and Horse riding. You can also explore the ford of Bali natures walk encircled by the beauty of natural beauty with a diverse range of flora and fauna, see the friendliness of Balinese resident in the rural area and explore every corner of Bali land.
You can find a wide range of hotels or resorts in Bali according to your preference without an issue. Bali’s hotels, villas, and rental properties offer unbelievable comfort and value – so you are in for a treat. From budget guest houses to five-star luxury hotels, Bali offers great deals!
The kind of accommodation you find will heavily depending on the people you are with, your budget, locations of your plan and of course, the services you want. So, take your time as Bali is a small island but its diversity leaves us astray at times.
Some of the famous tourist attractions of Bali are –
Bali beaches are very diverse, ranging from palm-fringed white sand coasts on the island’s south such as Kuta, Nusa Dua and Sanur, to the cliff-guarded ‘hidden’ shores of Uluwatu, Padang Padang.
Some of the other must visit beaches include:
You should reserve a day for Waterbom Bali, which has been voted the best in Asia and is unreal and heaven for kids and adults alike. A perfect family destination! Apart from this, you can also avail for Bali Safari Marine Park, which help you know more and discover Bali’s culture and animals, which will be an important learning experience for the kids.
Apart from that you can also visit the Elephant Safari park, Sacred Monkey Forest, Bali zoo and Lollypop Playland. Take your family for jet skiing, for fishing, enjoys dolphin tours, surfing, horseback riding, rafting and do visit the active volcano at GunungAgung.
Yes, you can do a cycling tour of Bali to discover the island in its originality. You can avail the activity in private as well as a group. Over the course of the tour, you will cover Kuta, Besakih village, Candidasa, Mt. Batur volcano at Kintamani, Pacung Mountain Resort and Jatiluwih among others. You will need approximately 1 week to explore Bali by cycle.
Yes you can do the Dolphin Sunrise tour in Bali. You can do the Dolphin Sunrise Tour in Lovina beach. It is a black sand beach where you reach around 4 in the morning, hire a boat and sail somewhere in the middle of the ocean to witness what will possibly be the best sunrise of your live.
Yes, you can do the Sunset tour at Tanah Lot. In fact, you can choose from a full day tour or a special half day sunset tour according to your convenience. The full day tour involves sightseeing of Bali from Tabanan. You will also be visiting the magnificent and very important Hindu landmarks like Taman Ayun Temple and Ulun Danu Bratan Temple.
You will also be spending time at the Monster Museum and its eerie array of scary masks and also capture the natural beauty of the Jatiluwih Rice Terrace. You spending the sunset at Tanah Lot, which is considered one of Bali’s most beautiful temples, along with a delicious Indonesian dinner in a local restaurant, will wrap up the tour.
The half day tour involves a tour to the Tanah Lot temple and the Taman Ayun, which is the Mother Temple of Mengwi Kingdom. This tour also gives you an opportunity to visit the Alas Kedaton Monkey Forest, which is Bali’s protected monkey forest. The tour concludes with you witnessing the breathtaking sunset.
Yes, you can do Ubud tour. Depending on how many days you are staying, you can plan a trip according to that. Ideally, 3 to 4 days are enough to cover Ubud. However, if you are on a tight schedule you can take a day trip to Ubud as well. The cost of transportation will be around INR 7000 for round trip. Apart from that the hotels and food will charge according to the kind of place you choose to stay and dine.
Yes, you can do the Kintamani tour. It is a one-day tour to the Kintamani Village with a spectacular view of an active volcano and Lake Batur from the top. A day trip will cost you approximately INR 5000.
Yes, you can do the Nusa Dua tour. The tour includes Devdan Shows (local dances), workshops, temples, villages, rice and coffee plantations, elephant trip, camel safaris, water activities,trip to zoo, forests, waterfalls, and many other activities. Do not miss going to the Nusa Dua beach, Pandawa beach, Water Blow to witness the awesome power of nature as large waves from the Indian Ocean constantly crash against the jagged limestone edges on the peninsula’s south-eastern cliff.
Depending on the number of days you wish to visit, the cost of the tour will range anywhere from INR 7,000 to 25,000.
Yes, you can do the Pod Chocolate Factory tour. The tour will include exciting behind-the-scenes look inside a chocolate factory. You will also get the opportunity to interact with artisans crafting organic & sustainable chocolate treats and a chance to learn about the chocolate making process from raw cacao to cocoa nib. There will also be a hands-on demonstration, chocolate-making lesson and an opportunity to purchase chocolate from the café & gift shop for your loved ones.
Yes, you can do a tour of Monkey Forest. Bali Ubud Monkey Forest is a small rain forest inhabited by some group of monkeys and other tropical animals. It is strategically located in the hearth of Ubud Village, and is easily accessible from Kuta(around 55 kms), from Sanur (40 kms), and from Nusa Dua area (65 kms).
Except for luscious greenery and warm, azure beaches, Bali is an absolute paradise for animal lovers as well. Bali has to offer more than just the regular zoo visits, or seeing animals in cages, or hideous live animal shows – you can get up close and personal with creatures great and small here!
Yes you can. Infact there are varied options and packages provided – ranging from day cruise, romantic cruise, castaway cruise, fishermen cruise, sunset cruise, themed party cruise, etc. The cruise services are provided by a number of providers, and hence the prices vary. However, on an average the cruise can cost anywhere between INR 15,000 to 25,000 for a day.
Yes, you can do scenic seaplane tour from Bali to Gili Island which lasts for 60 minutes and cost approximately INR 35,000. There is also an option of day tour from Denpasar International Airport to Menjangan Dynasty Resort in a modern turbo-prop, air-conditioned seaplane. The day tour will consist of rides to and fro to the airport and a day full of activities. This will cost approximately INR 50,000.
Yes, you can do a helicopter tour of Bali. There are a lot of packages to choose from, but we recommend one of these:
Bali shopping presents you with a treasure trove of fine art and handicrafts, antique and semi-antique furniture, paintings, delicately carved jewellery, wood and stone carvings, masks, woven and dyed fabrics. Famous places to shop in Bali are –
With an umpteen number of restaurants in Bali, this place is a haven for junkies!. Here are some options for you:
Yes! Bali is a vegetarian’s paradise. Unlike other foreign location where vegetarian food is not easily available, Bali offers a lot of options to choose from. Even if the menu is predominantly non-vegetarian, there will be enough to choose from nonetheless. In case the menu has hardly any veggie options available, request the waiter and the chef to make food according to your choice and palate.
Here is a list of some of the best vegetarian restaurants in Bali to make your life easier! –
Bali's nightlife is just way beyond one's imagination!. The nightlife scene there steadily emerges as the sun sets over the western coastline. Places like Kuta, Seminyak and Legian feature life after dark at its liveliest. There are also standalone entertainment venues, Kuta for example, feature occasional gigs from international bands.
You also have plenty of in-house hotel bars that transform into more dynamic places, some even featuring live DJs and bands playing live. Places such as Ku De Ta on the Seminyak coast, or the Rock Bar at Ayana Resort, perched on cliffs above the Indian Ocean are on top of the list.
Bali’s medical infrastructure is very advanced. Facilities like air ambulances, multilingual staff and specialists in difficult emergency disciplines all represented on the island to ensure the tourist are safe and in best care. The BIMC Hospital is one of the most recognized hospitals in Bali. It mostly exclusively caters to foreigners, so all doctors and nurses speak English.
Most insurance companies have a tie-up with them so you probably won’t be have to pay upfront and the hospital will directly bill your insurance company. It has a branch in Nusa Dua as well. Apart from this there are a lot of private clinics and other hospitals as well. So do not worry, in case things go wrong, you will be in the best of care.